Unsupported Browser Detected

Internet Explorer lacks support for the features of this website. For the best experience, please use a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.

NOAA Fisheries Personnel Default Profile

Brian Linton, Ph.D.

Research Fishery Biologist
Resource Evaluation and Assessment
Population Dynamics
Stock Assessment Methods Task
Office: (508) 495-2013
Email: brian.linton@noaa.gov

Brian Linton, Ph.D.

Research Fishery Biologist
  • Ph.D. Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University
  • M.S. Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
  • B.A. Biology, Malone University (formerly Malone College)

Brian is the assessment lead for Acadian redfish and pollock. He also serves as the Population Dynamics point of contact for the Northeast Port Biological Sample Monitoring Program, and is our representative on the Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistics Program's Biological Review Panel. He began is career as a member of the SEFSC's Sustainable Fisheries Division in 2007. While there, Brian led stock assessments for Gulf of Mexico gag, Gulf of Mexico red snapper, Gulf of Mexico tilefish, and Gulf of Mexico vermilion snapper. He joined the NEFSC's Population Dynamics Branch in 2013.